Snowboard Instructor Jobs In Australia
Find out your next adventure with these roles in amazing destinations!
Due to the nearby country of New Zealand having such huge snowboarding opportunities, Australia is sometimes doubted on due to the unreliable and fast disappearance of snow, although don’t overlook the fact that Australia can be incredible when it dumps down and peak time arrives!
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The Australian ski season runs from mid June until late September, a short season due to Australia’s hot temperatures and inconsistent snow. The best snow is known to arrive in August, mid season, where the natural snowfall is fairly similar across the majority of resorts, yet of course the larger and higher mountains are more likely to catch snow coverage, so the snowboarders who appreciate that some days will be perfectly powdered don’t want to miss out on the snowboard instructor jobs in Australia!
Despite the regular changes in snow fall, snowboard instructor jobs in Australia are becoming much more popular! Snow lovers are spoiled for choice with local ski options, with snow for more than three months out of the year located in the mountain ranges of New South Wales and Victoria. These Australian resorts more than hold their own on the world stage – after all, not many places offer ski facilities starting in June!
Australian ski passes are generally much cheaper than the European Alps as the resorts are much smaller. Those looking for snowboard instructor jobs in Australia may however find it easier to find a job that you would struggle to get in Europe, as most of the roles offered are simply resort work and not instructor positions. When looking for snowboard instructor jobs in Australia, first things first, choosing the appropriate partnering company. Anywork Anywhere work with some of the largest and well-known ski season companies worldwide such as BUNAC, EA Ski & Snowboard, We Are Sno, Alpine Elements and Ruapehu Alpine Lifts. Whichever company you choose, we can assure you that they will provide all the help you information you need and guide you through the dreaded visa process!
Before embarking on your search into companies who offer specified snowboard instructor jobs in Australia, your first step is to become qualified by a recognized body that is part of the International Ski Instructors Association (ISIA), which allows you to instruct across the globe – plus shows you are trustworthy enough to have responsibility of others’ safety on the slopes. There are 4 worldwide levels of qualification, but to teach anywhere in the world you usually need to obtain at least Level 2, which may take a few months to complete! Snowboard instructor jobs in Australia salaries are known to be just above average in comparison to all other ski countries, with an hourly pay of around $24 for a Level 2 qualification, however, instructor pay increases 5% for every 75 hours worked, plus an increase as you climb up the qualification ladder, so your monthly wage could end up much above average!
If you are an eager and enthusiastic snowboarder seeking your next adventure, Australian slopes will let you work your dream job! Remember to apply early so don’t miss out on the thrills!